Valencia's metro lines and stop at the in the town centre, and the , with a nearby taxi stand. Both stations are in Zone B.
The yellow MetroBus Línea 170 runs from in Valencia to about every 20 minutes, also stopping in nearby Alaquàs. The trip takes about 30 minutes and costs €1.50.
By busTorrentBus (single ride €1.25, no transfers, M-Sa) serves four routes in the city, and MetroBus line 170 (single ride €1.50, M-Sa) also makes multiple stops between Torrent and Valencia. A list of bus routes with schedules is available here, and a comprehensive route map is available for download here.
phone: +34 961 551 055A is located in front of the Caixa Rural Bank (Avinguda al Vedat, 1), and another is in front of the Torrent Avinguda metro station. Credit cards are accepted.
Torre del Castell de Torrentphone: +34 961 111 111 x1121address: Plaça Major, s/nBuilt in the early 11th century, this is the main tower and the only surviving remnant of a Moorish castle which was part of a network of outer fortification circling the city of Valencia. The tower was used as a prison during much of its history, and was restored in 1973 and 2009. Today it is used as a venue for temporary exhibitions.
phone: +34 961 588 221address: C/ Verge del Oliver, 30Housed in an old farmhouse, this museum is devoted to cultural history and traditions of the region. A permanent exhibit recreates a traditional pre-industrial farmhouse, and the museum also hosts temporary special exhibits.
Església de l'Assumpcióaddress: Carrer de l'EsglesiaBuilt in the 16th century atop the site of an earlier 13th-century church, the church was enlarged in following centuries and remodeled in the churrigueresque style.
L'Hort de Trenorphone: +34 961 111 111address: Av Padre PrudencioThe former monastic complex is now a public garden.
AlaquàsThe neighbouring village of Alaquàs has a couple of interesting sights for visitors who happen to be in the area. It is most easily reached by Metrobus line 106 from Torrent, or by Metrobus lines 161 or 170 from Valencia. Alternatively, Renfe regional train line C3 departs every ½ hour from Estació de València Nord and stops at the (Estación de Aldaia, tel. +34 963 357 365), with a travel time of about 30 minutes.
phone: +34 961 122 828address: Carrer del Pare Guillem, 2A 15th-century noble manor, listed as a 'National Historic Artistic Monument'. Despite the demolition (and subsequent reconstruction) of one of its four defensive towers in the early 20th century, it has some noteworthy coffered ceilings, Renaissanace-era tilework, and other architectural ornaments. The building has been fully restored and today is used as a cultural centre.
Església de l'AssumpcióBuilt in the 16th and 17th centuries on a site previously occupied by the town mosque. Originally in the Churrigueresque style, it was heavily modified in the 19th century.
phone: +34 961 581 077address: Carrer de Vicent Pallardó, 25A venue for musicals, light operas, and plays, and hosts an annual flamenco festival in November. Tickets can be purchased online.
FallesAs in neighbouring Valencia, this annual celebration is dedicated to San Josep (San José / St. Joseph), and includes the burning of falla monuments as well as mascletàs (gunpowder demonstrations).
Semana SantaThe city of Torrent has been celebrating Semana Santa for over 100 years.
Serra PerenxisaThe mountain park has a couple peaks over 300m and is accessible via the hiking trail PR-V 162.
phone: +34 961 566 671address: Avinguda al Vedat, 180A modern shopping centre with brand-name shops and restaurants.
Antic Mercataddress: Carrer de Cervantes, 1
Mercadillo Centraladdress: Carrer de CervantesThe weekly street market has a number of stalls selling clothing and other odds and ends, and has a few snack bars.
Mercat de Sant Gregori
Mercadillo de Sant Gregoriaddress: Carrer del 25 d'AbrilThe better of the two weekly street markets, it is a good place for local fresh produce and other food items, as well as various household goods.
phone: +34 961 830 321address: Camino Florentina, 2Located in an old farmhouse seemingly in the middle of nowhere, the highly-regarded restaurant specializes in traditional Valencian rice dishes – the paella especially is recommended. Reservations can be made online, at least 24 hrs beforehand, with a required minimum party of 4.
phone: +34 659 512 520address: Autovía A-7, Km 345Has nonsmoking rooms and free Wi-Fi. Pets permitted on request.
phone: +34 669 455 101address: Carrer Riu Millars, 4